HDR stands for “High Dynamic Range”. HDR is a post-production task of taking either one image or a series of images, combining them, and then adjusting the contrast ratios to create an image with depth and color that would be virtually impossible to create with a single exposure.
All Curb Exposure HDR images begin by taking three to five exposures (photographs) of the home / room in-session. Each exposure is at different shutter speeds allowing the images to go from a bright to “normal” to dark exposure.
Then our retouchers combine all the images to bring out details in the shadows, mid-tones and highlights. This helps to create an image that closely represents what the human eye sees viewing the home. HDR photography really is a wonderful way of “tricking” your brain into experiencing much more than a normal photograph would deliver.